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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Is Your Favorite Video Game Horse?

    When they appear in games, horses often play the role of unsung hero. In 2015, two of the biggest releases have seen us spending a ton of time with our trusty mounts, so we want to know which video game horse is your all time favorite. For me, I've been riding around on D-Horse a lot lately, as I've... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Lists Expected 2016 Titles, But The Legend Of Zelda Not Among Them

    Following the delay of The Legend of Zelda out of 2015 , Nintendo reported the expected release as “TBD.” At the time, that didn’t raise eyebrows as no Wii U titles in its roster carried release windows later than 2015. That has now changed, with games now carrying anticipated 2016... More
  • Blog Post: Link Will Go To Any Length To Collect Rupees In This Legend of Zelda Animated Short

    Times are tough in Hyrule. The Hero of Time is in need of a new shield, but he's a little strapped for cash. An animated short by YouTuber Callegos Yavolitak shows exactly how far Link is willing to go to get his hands on a shiny new Hylian Shield. Smashing pots for rupees is only the beginning.... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend of Zelda To Be Played At 2015 Nintendo World Championships

    With E3 2015 coming at us fast, Nintendo is continuing to give information about its 2015 Nintendo World Championships, which will be held during the expo. The event, which is happening 25 years after the Nintendo World Championships in 1990, will feature 16 of the best Nintendo players coming together... More
  • Blog Post: Revisiting The Legend Of Zelda’s Fairies Big, Small, And Trapped In A Bottle (You Monster)

    While Link’s attire hasn’t changed much across three decades of The Legend of Zelda games, other elements have undergone more drastic transformations. In a video from YouTube creator Master0fHyrule ( whom we’ve featured before ), you can see how these mystical creatures have changed... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Creates Stunning Ocarina Of Time Custom Nintendo 64

    Artist Vadu Amka has created a personalized Nintendo 64 dedicated to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The console, which was a surprise for her friend's birthday, is an absolutely gorgeous re-imagining of one of gaming's most beloved consoles. For this custom, Vadu decided to include the... More
  • Blog Post: Custom Toon Link Amiibo Brandishes Awesome Fierce Deity Sword

    Since Nintendo's functional figures took collectors by storm, we've seen a host of custom-made Amiibos hit the internet. While several Fierce Deity Link modifications have already shown up, this one is special for its awesome treatment of the legendarily powerful incarnation's weapon. Sure... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda Collides With Game Of Thrones In Mashup Intro

    Mashups have become an artistic genre unto themselves. And, like any style, there are good works and those you might just want to shuffle past. This is one of the better ones. I’m not just a fan of this because it uses my favorite version of Hyrule (the one from A Link to the Past), but because... More
  • Blog Post: Latest Cosplay Remix Video Focuses On The Legend Of Zelda

    Last week a new video series called Cosplay Remix premiered on the Youtube channel Beatdownboogie . The first episode focused on showing some of the best Borderlands cosplay , and this week’s episode highlights great cosplay of characters from The Legend of Zelda. The video is set to a dubstep... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Delays The Legend Of Zelda For Wii U Out Of 2015, Won't Be At E3

    Bad news for Wii U owners today. The biggest release of 2015 isn’t going to be in 2015 anymore. In a video message, producer Eiji Aonuma says the game will not make its planned release before the end of the year. In the video statement below, Aonuma says that over the last three months, the development... More
  • Blog Post: Jillian Aversa's Music Video Tribute To Hyrule Is Outstanding

    Jillian Aversa’s tribute to The Legend of Zelda, created for Video Games Live, now has its own music video. Video Games Live released its fourth album a little over a month ago, following a successful Kickstarter campaign. Part of the album, titled Level 4 , was Jillian and Andrew Aversa’s... More
  • Blog Post: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate March Free DLC Features New Quests, Weapons, And Zelda Equipment

    The first of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate's monthly free downloadable content is now available. The pack gives players new quests and equipment, as well as access to the result of the long-awaited collaboration with the Legend of Zelda franchise. The new Legend of Zelda collaboration gear includes Link's... More
  • Blog Post: Custom Zelda: Wind Waker GameCube Looks Like A Hylian Artifact

    Designer Vadu Amka , who specializes in customizing retro consoles, has released a new Wind Waker GameCube that looks like it belongs in the game that inspired it. You can check out a full gallery of images of the GameCube by heading here , as well as a video of the console below. Some of the small details... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Mashes Up Zelda And Final Fantasy Logos In Clever Ways

    An artist going by the name Shattered Earth has combined their love for Final Fantasy and Zelda in a very clever way. Looking at the logos, it makes you wonder why more hasn't been combined with Final Fantasy's iconic logos. Above you will Skyward Sword's Link and Zelda combined with Final... More
  • Blog Post: Keeping Promises: 7 Things That Need To Happen In 2015

    It's tough to make a promise when it comes to video game development. So many things can happen when it comes to a title or feature being completed, to say nothing of a nailing a release date. That being said, there have been some...assurances, shall we say...that companies have made about their... More
  • Blog Post: Atari Adventure Creator To Present At GDC

    Adventure for the Atari 2600 is considered one of the first graphic action/adventure games ever created. Creator Warren Robinett will be revealing how he got the pioneering game to fit into only 4K of memory during an upcoming post mortem presentation on the game at the Game Developer's Conference... More
  • Blog Post: Majora’s Mask For 3DS Gets A Skull Kid Collector’s Edition

    Nintendo has announced a special limited edition for the 3DS version of The Legend of Zelda: Major’s Mask. In addition to the game, collectors can bring home a statuette of the Skull Kid. This bundle will retail for $49.99 and will ship alongside the standard edition. No release date has yet been... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Nintendo Tunes Played On Traditional Japanese Instruments

    Music from classic Nintendo games has stood the test of time, but you’ve likely not heard it quite like this. Famikoto is an ensemble from Japan that performs video game music on traditional instruments, recently adapting some of the most recognizable tunes in gaming. The group has adapted the... More
  • Blog Post: A New Look At The Legend Of Zelda, As It And Star Fox Reconfirmed For 2015

    Nintendo had the opportunity to open and close the first year of The Game Awards, making the most of the opportunity. We now have another look at some of what’s in store for the next entry in The Legend of Zelda series. The new title, which has been reconfirmed for 2015, will feature a huge world... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddess - Master Quest Tour Scheduled For 2015

    Nintendo has announced the return of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess concert tour. “Master Quest” marks the third such worldwide celebration of music from The Legend of Zelda titles. The Master Quest tour will visit nineteen cities in nine countries. It kicks off on January 21... More
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